BlackBerry to sell its Canadian real estate, lease back some of it to continue operations16
Hopefully the financial injection and shedding of unneeded property maintenance and owning costs will help BlackBerry land back on its feet. The company might be keeping a bit quiet lately, but CEO John Chen is taking its turnover to heart and isn't keeping still when it comes to delivering cost-cutting measures.
Just to put news into perspective, look at these cutouts from a BlackBerry investment brochure, which details and locates all the property that's to be sold off. As you'll see for yourself, It's quite a bit of architecture.